2.16. Defining the Function of Remote Access Protocols and Services

Remote access protocols are protocols that are used to connect to a computer resource on a LAN from outside the LAN. The medium for these connections could be PSTN, xDSL, broadband cable, or another type of medium. Based on the medium used for the connection, a different set of protocols will be used than those that are typically used on the LAN. It is important that you understand the most common types of remote access protocols.

2.16.1. Critical Information

Be able to define the function of the most common remote access protocols and services. You should know which protocols are associated with each type of service. In addition, you should be able to define the advantages ...

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